A Guide to GDPR Compliance with Microsoft Data Platform

As most people know, the GDPR is approaching quickly. May 25th to be exact. Most companies will need to review or modify their database management and data handling procedures, especially focusing on the security of data processing. In a recent webinar hosted by 3 experts in the Azure, SQL Data Platform and software arenas: Abraham Samuel, Technical Support Personnel, Microsoft; Brian Knight, Founder and CEO, Pragmatic Works; and Myself, Sr. Principal Architect, Pragmatic Works, offered an informational session on steps you need to take now to help in your journey with compliance.

This 2-hour webinar covered the key changes needed to be addressed for GDPR: Controls, Modifications, Transparent Policies and IT and Training. It also discusses how modernizing your data platform, on-premises and in Azure, will immediately reduce areas out of compliance, as well as what Azure tools and services are offered to help ensure you remain in compliance.

It also taps into experience from the Pragmatic Works team on some of the danger areas customers face and how the suite of software tools can help you expose areas of concern in your environment. Still using SQL Server 2008 or 2008 R2? Here you’ll learn what it means for 2008/2008 R2 end of support and paths to upgrade your SQL Server.

Take some time and watch this information packed webinar that will help eliminate confusion around GDPR and discuss the steps you need to take to be in compliance, as well as how to make your plans actionable. GDPR goes into effect this month. This webinar will educate you and give you options to move along your journey into GDPR and a Microsoft modern data platform.

 

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